The charts included will reflect the number of daily positive COVID-19 cases for the William Floyd School District. These charts will be updated on a daily basis when school is in session until the New York State COVID-19 Report Card is operational. Once it becomes operational, the same figures will be available at the NYS COVID Report Card link.
William Floyd student-athletes are back making their marks in their respective sports this season and have six players represented on various Newsday “Top Player” lists for fall 2021. William Floyd has two student-athletes representing boys’ soccer, two representing football, and one each from girls’ cross country and field hockey in their top 100, top 50 or top 25 lists, respectively.
The Town of Brookhaven is accepting applications for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program for those who have experienced financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic and are at risk for homelessness or housing instability. For those who qualify, the program provides temporary rental assistance and help with unpaid utility bills.
To commemorate the nearly 3,000 Americans who were tragically lost in the terrorist attacks of 9/11, William Floyd High School senior, John S. Hobart Elementary School alumnus and Troop 414 Eagle Scout Alexander Guastella had the privilege of leading the official rededication of the revitalized 9/11 Memorial Garden at John S. Hobart Elementary School, which he, and a team of family members and friends completed last spring as his Eagle Scout Service Project.
The last call for senior portraits is October 27, 28 and 29! Students/parents have to log onto www.prestigeportraits.com to obtain an appointment code and schedule an appointment. Since it’s last call, appointments are required. Without an appointment, students will not be able to get their portraits taken. Underclass portraits are still scheduled for September 22, 23 and 24, during all gym periods.
Robert Vecchio, president, William Floyd Board of Education, has announced his intention to resign his position as trustee and president effective December 31, 2021. Mr. Vecchio has accepted a position as the next executive director of the Nassau-Suffolk School Boards Association, a role in which he will continue his advocacy for William Floyd and more than 100 other member school districts. The Board of Education will announce next steps to fill the vacancy in the near future. Thank you to Mr. Vecchio for his 18 years of dedicated service to the William Floyd school community, and for his integrity and passion for our students and community.
Welcome to the website of the award-winning William Floyd School District located on the south shore of Long Island, approximately 60 miles east of New York City, with an enrollment of approximately 8,700 students attending ten schools K-12. The district provides tremendous opportunities for students ranging from science, technology, engineering and mathematics, Career and Technical Education, music, the arts, athletics, extracurricular activities and much more.